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This webpage is provided for informational purposes only. It is not legal advice. If you are considering or involved in a divorce, please consult a licensed attorney who can best answer your questions and represent your interests.

Marriages end for any number of reasons and when they do they cause tremendous emotional turmoil. The break down in communication can lead to costly legal battles that no one really wants.

The choice to file for divorce is rarely an easy one. Suddenly, you find yourself facing numerous legal questions that you need to sort out. When you're a homeschool parent who has been out of the workforce for years, financial fears can also easily up your stress level.

Consulting with an attorney is critical to making sure your rights are maintained and your children are protected. Since you'll be paying an attorney by the hour, it's helpful to understand some of the basic issues so you can prepare a list of questions that relate to the specifics of your family's situation.


  • Divorce and Custody Basics
    Before you get to a final divorce - which can take a year or longer, you may want to look into establishing custody, child support, and visitation.

  • What's Really the Problem With Homeschooling and Divorce
    Money and power plays can cause people to say things they don't really mean. Here, we take a look at some of the spiteful things spouses say during a divorce and what they might be trying to say.

  • Homeschool Divorce Considerations
    Marriage is a legal contract that provides a couple with certain financial rights and privileges. When a divorce "cancels" that contract, the couple must split their assets. This article discusses some basic issues that relate to homeschooling, such as the family house, alimony and educational expenses.

  • In the Child's Best Educational Interest
    When two divorcing parents can't agree on a child-related issue, such as where children should receive their education, the question is left to the family law judge to answer.

Maryland Hand In Hand Homeschool works with attorneys to help them better understand the nature of homeschooling and why it is in the best of interest of the children to continue along this educational journey. We also work with divorcing parents to develop strategy and negotiation skills that will ultimately benefit the children's home education. Contact Maryland Hand In Hand Homeschool to discuss how we can be of assistance to you.

The information on these pages is provided for informational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice or counsel.


April 07, 2020

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